Are you eligible for the Wellness Program?
YES! TAC Clergy and TAC Fiscal Office Lay Employees and their spouses enrolled in either the TAC Standard PPO or High Deductible PPO Plans are eligible to participate in the TAC Group Health Benefits (GHB) Wellness Program.
Enroll in the TAC GHB Wellness Program—participate in a Virtual Day of Wellness
Entry into the TAC GHB Wellness Program begins with attending a virtual Day of Wellness event offered annually in the fall to newly eligible GHB participants, and there is no cost to participate. Invitations and registration information will be emailed approximately six weeks prior to the virtual Day of Wellness event. You only need to attend the Day of Wellness once to be eligible to earn Wellness Program Incentives (i.e. you do not need to repeat the Day of Wellness each year).
Full completion of the Day of Wellness requirements will enroll participants in the TAC Wellness Program, and TAC Wellness Program participants will be eligible to earn TAC Wellness Program Incentives.
Visit Wellness Program Incentives for more information about the all incentives.
The Components of the TAC GHB Wellness Program
Good health and well-being take more than just eating right and exercise! The TAC holds a holistic view of wellness, where the body, mind and spirit are all engaged.
Here are the six important components of the Wellness Program. Participating in these activities will not only help you earn incentives (if you’re eligible), but they could also change your life!
Participation in A Virtual Day of Wellness with Methodist Hospital
Measurable progress toward achieving the target body mass index (BMI) of 25.0 or less.
Exercise at least three times a week for 20 minutes or more.
Eating a nutritious, balanced diet.
Participation in a small-group spiritual experience (laity weekly church attendance will suffice).
Getting an annual physical exam.
Unable to participate in any of these components?
You may request an alternative plan developed specifically for your physical abilities and limitations. Simply provide a letter from your doctor stating both your inability to participate in a specific component and an indication of your ability to participate in an alternate activity.